Bonito Buenos Aires, San Telmo

Address: Av Juan de Garay 458, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1153, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Calatrava Bridge, Museo Historico Nacional, Russian Orthodox Church (Iglesia Apostólica Ortodoxa Rusa), and Pasaje La Defensa.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBonito Buenos Aires, San Telmo

      Reviewed by harroraquel

      Stayed in room Louisa, wonderfull!

      Reviewed Nov 9, 2013
      by (1 review) , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

      Wonderfull bed & breakfast! The rooms all have a special character and the house has a lot of very fine old details. Breakfast is good, sweet breads and cheese etc. fresh fruit and fresh orange juice and coffee. Be aware it is not a 5-star hotel and things are preserved in original style so it can be a bit rickety tickety but we think that that is the charm. Stayed in room Louise, lovely heigh ceiling and private terras.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Bonito Buenos Aires, San Telmo

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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